Chrome is getting a brand new logo after eight years, but users will be unable to spot the difference. To inspect, the user will have to take a deeper look to check the difference between the old and the new logo.
Elvin Hu, who is the designer of Google Chrome shared the picture of the new updated logo on Twitter and further explained the notion behind making subtle updates on the same.
In the tweet, Hu mentioned- "Some of you may have observed a brand new icon in Chrome's Canary update these days. Yes! We're refreshing Chrome's emblem icons for the primary time in eight years. The new icons will start to appear across your devices quickly.”
The new branded logo looks to have a larger blue circle and a better layout in comparison to the older one. At the moment, the colours of the logo are quite colourful which make it look livelier. The new logo does not have shadows on the borders in every shade, so the 3 hues look flat.
Hu further stated- “We simplified the primary emblem icon via getting rid of the shadows, refining the proportions and brightening the colours, to align with Google's extra cutting-edge logo expression.”
He additionally asserted that once they locate positive shades of inexperienced and pink next to each different, it “created an unsightly shade vibration.” So, to restoration this, the team used very diffused gradients for the brand new emblem to make the icon “more reachable” and save you any colour vibration.
Notably, this isn't the first time Chrome has updated the diffused design adjustments, as they did the same in 2014- when the company changed the logo from a glittery, three-dimensional logo to a 2D image. Also, Google’s layout team absolutely modified Chrome’s logo in 2011, which became the largest layout exchange ever, as per the reports.